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outside the door so we would really, really love if sfpd provided us the support and the substation there would be a big, big help, and also like tracy mentioned the transparency of the substation so people can see there are officers and that would probably eliminate crime, and also putting a lot of light outside on six ethstreet and when establishments are closed there are no lights and that attracts crime. right outside our business we have it well lit so we don't see much there so we encourage you to support small businesses come and open restaurants. thank you. >> thank you very much. sure. >> good evening. my name is sobe and the owner of sonoma market on six eth street and we have aggressive panhandle her and they come talk to you and bad words and everything you name it in the book. we are facing that everyday. another thing they use the street as a bathroom, alley, all over. it's very hard for us to accept daily. i have been there for the last 32 years and we survive, but still we facing a lot of problem with the pan handler. for example there are two ladies on t
, receive and file action, sfpd/occ's fourth quarter status report on general orders/policy proposals. >> in your packet are the documents from the sfpd/ooc's fourth quarter status report and general orders and policy proposals. >> any comments? >> just a quick comment, i read this policy proposal and i found them to be really helpful and thoughtful and i noticed on the consent calendar so there is not a lot of discussion about it, but i do want to bring it back and actually ask where we are with the policy proposals and what the department's response to this, and i would like in the future to get response from the proposals. in any public comment? >> hearing none, >> closed. >> do i a motion. >> so moved. >> please, call line item number three. >> three, general public comment. the public is now welcome to address the commission, regarding items that do not appear on tonight's agenda, but that are within the subject matters and jurisdiction of the commission, address to the commission as a whole and not individual commissioners or department or personnel. during public comment, neit
on the outside trying at least where we are to be productive in trying to assist the sfpd in whatever way we can to try to be good neighbors. i know the gentleman came up and said we do need your help and it's true. a lot more police presence will go a long way down there, but i want to make it clear us as small business owners i will speak for myself -- will work if you however we need to work with you in order to make that happen so getting more businesses in there, more police presence, and we will be there to work with you guys the whole way. thank you. >> thank you. any further general public comment? yes, sir. please come forward. >> good evening president, vice president, fellow commissioners, fellow community members and business owners. i am moz [inaudible] and represent my family's business on 32 six ethstreet and i want to echo the concerns that the business owners and community members have asserted. i think -- it's obvious there is a problem. it's obvious businesses can't operate their businesses. it's jeopardizing the value of their businesses. it's hindering the way that
recently discouraged by opening by the sfpd substation. in particular we had two restaurant operators inquiry about the beer and wine license in addition to food service. how can six ethstreet improve when business prospects are being discouraged from opening there? i would like to say that.y's cafe has a building but former housed a porn shop and i have a letter they was asked to read. so this is from kirt. "we have completed our first year of business in our new location. we could definitely use more support from the police department. there were some inaccurate quotes from me that officers turned up [inaudible]. that is correct. since that time captain richmond has reached out and asked to be involved in the meetings in the neighborhood. it's a step in the right direction. there was a incident that touched a nerve with me. there were people to enter the restaurant before we opened and basically told them "it's basically eggs and toast" and they were placing themselves in danger by being on the street. he showed them some men that were casing them. he told them to be car
said f. >> 6 i. >> i, k, l. >> it looks like the proposed conditions from sfpd are different from northern to southern, i want to make sure that they are all okay with that before we... >> i don't... the applicant said that he did. >> he viewed them and approved them. >> may i ask a question to the chair about do we just get, when do we get these conditions? >> just tonight? >> is there any way that we can get these earlier so that we can review them before the meeting just in the future. i know that i come in like two hours early to review all of this before i come here and it would be really helpful. >> thanks. >> okay. so, three items. a motion? >> well, northern conditions are different from southern'? >> i only got southerns. >> i have no conditions in here. >> me neither. >> my book is lacking guys. >> maybe,... >> has the applicants seeing northern conditions or seen southern's conditions. >> i am comparing them. >> they are the same. >> they are the same. >> but you have seen both stations? >> yeah. >> okay. he is good with both. making sure. >> that makes it easy. >> okay
the language liaison officer for sfpd and he can help them to get where they need to be in a they have an issue they can bring it to the table. it is tremendous. the hour is late. this work could not be done without -- and the team from occ, and the leadership of sfpd to meet with us on almost monthly basis where many of these issues are spelled out every day. it is a pleasure and an honor and a vital goal for all of us. we have to do this. we are doing it. thank you. >> we will call our last item on the agenda, report from the chief, and captain flaherty from the special victims unit, san francisco police department. >> i know that the hour is late. i'm greg suhr, chief of police for san francisco. it is important what commissioner marshall spoke to earlier, and echo about the tragedy in kansas city. we are talking about the 22-year-old mother who was killed and leaves a three-month-old baby. that is with these conversations are about. even though we are in a staffing crisis, the mayor and the people who sit on these chairs will address this but we are still down about 300 off
that involved a lot of community groups, the supervisor's office, residents, sfpd and the owner of the commission, granted an extended hours and permit with conditions. one condition approved operating hours between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m.. but not after 4:00 or before 6:00. now after a year of operation, the operator has returned to ask full permission to operate between 4 and 6. operation at those hours will allow the venue to serve breakfast and i will let sfpd and the applicant take it from here. >> thank you. >> welcome. >> good evening commissioners. >> my name is art briden and i am here on behalf of mr. can who is the franchisee. >> the reason that we are requesting the hours is to better serve our clientele, because more and more people, for whatever given reason are eating 24 hours a day. whether it be at subway or jack in the box or mcdonald's or whatever. >> so primary purpose is to help the people that are going really early to work or really late from an event. so our purpose is that. we were here a year ago. we have done everything that you folks or your predecessors as
individuals who will they be using them against? and if sfpd has made cit a priority why does not 911 know what i am talking about when i asked for the officer. why wasn't one deployed in the crisis? why doesn't the beat cop know anything about the problem? >> the very community that they propose to use the tasers against, the people in the mental health crisis, these are the exact communities that are at a greatly increased risk of cardiac arrest. one of the few studies on tasers that was not bought by taser international that showed that in-custody fatalities go up 600 percent in the first year. and are you aware that tasers only have a useful life of five years or so after which they need to be scraped and repurchased. each defibrillator costs twice the money of the tasers and also like to add that the deescalation training was scaled back by the sfpd and the stated reason was lacks of funds, how do we have the money to train the force to use another weapon of violence and how can we expect the citizens to react with anything but violence in the face of a police department who models th
collins, he was a little boy that disappeared in san francisco, right now, sfpd have been looking for his remains ever since. right now the fbi and the sfpd, searching a house south of the panhandle near golden gate park. sources tell us today's investigation is related to the collins disappearance, they are serving a search warrant related to this case. he was just ten years old when he sdis appeared -- when he disappeared he would have been 39 years old. >>> the bay area is building a stadium likely to host a super bowl of our own. and it's got a new plan and a partner that could make it the most technology advanced stadium in history. >> if and when the super bowl comes to the stadium being built in santa clare a, it will represent silicon valley technology. let's look at the progress as of this afternoon. not far away from where the stadium is being built. the headquarters, that has been chosen by the 49ers to wire the new stadium. and the goal is ambitioous, trying to make it as high tech as your looifring room. >> you go to having 30 or 40,000 people accessing the same application f
confirmed sfpd requested a cadaver dog. we saw some of the concrete. police nor the fbi are saying much of anything. on the phone today collins' mother ann said police did find something that is being sent to a state lab for testing. kevin collins disappeared on february 10, 1984 after leaving basketball practice a little early that night. his case made national news and was one of the first high profile missing children cases in san francisco. collins' face was all over fliers and milk cartons in those days before amber alerts and the internet. we had a chance to talk to neighbors today. one neighbor told me when her husband went down to ask about why police were out here searching this area the name kevin collins was already on her mind. tonight we are hearing again from his mother. police confirming that their search here today did involve his case. exactly what they found is still unclear. we expect to be gathering details all night as we continue to stay on this story. as soon as we get new information we'll bring it to you. we're live in san francisco, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel
him captain any more because he's retired from the sfpd. he talked to me about the toy drive that the sfpd and the sf fire department do together. i know it's getting a little close to the time they do toy distribution on christmas day and he was wondering if there was a point person at the mta. that he could talk to about maybe doing some kind of facilitation * . the toys will be gathered at lefty o'doole. it is short notice, but it would be a fun thing for mta to join with him. he was specifically thinking that maybe the 38 geary drivers could be given some toys on christmas day they could pass out to children they see on the buses that day. again, don't know if it's possible, but i just thought it might be something really nice for us to work with the sfpd and sf fire department on. >> director bridges actually beat you to the punch on this. she made the same call and request to me on friday. i've since then been in touch with the organizer of the event. >> director. [speaker not understood]. thank you. >> next item. thank you. >> all right. moving on to the director's rep
by police and an s-f-p-d helicopter about an hour after the incident occurred. the victim has been rushed to the hospital with unknown injuries. we'll continue to bring you the latest on kron4's morning newscast. >> police in santa cruz are on the look out for a suspect that they say grabbed a twelve-year-old girl on the buttcocks. the girl was walking home from school on walnut avenue near spruce when a suspect approached her from behind and grabbed her. the suspect then left the scene. he was seen for a second time just after the incident and a witness managed to take a picture of him as he left the area. he is described as a hispanic male. 21-to-28 years old. around six feet tall. and 250-to-280 pounds. he was last seen wearing a brown t-shirt. black dickie style pants. and wire rimmed glasses. just before noon, a small plane made a bit of a rough landing at the san carlos airport. which is south of san mateo. the problem. the plane did so without using it's landing gear! the pilot took off from san luis obispo this morning. it wasn't until the plane was already on the ground when the
, around the house, keep your eyes open. call the police. sfpd -- i'm sorry, the post office pd. i messed up on that one. the san francisco police department, tell them what you saw and where and what time it happened, all of that stuff. i am hearing this on the news and i'm giving you good advice to keep your eyes open at all-times. again, one more time, please go to ssi office and get started going to the bank and put your monies in the bank. thank you very much. >> thank you, jerry. very good advice. is there any public comment on the bridge line? >> is there any public comment on the bridge line? no. >> okay. item no. 12, do we have any correspondence? >> no correspondence. >> thank you. item no. 13, discussion item. council member comments and announcements. denise. >> thank you, chair. i just want to remind everyone that the mayor's disability council meets here in this room from 1:00 to 4 [ao*-ts/]:00 on the third friday of this the every month. the next meeting is friday, february 15th, 1-4 p.m. and ken stein has an informational item to share with us. >> thank you, i let c
they followed leads. collins was never found. now it appears there is a break in the old case. sfpd serving a search warrant digging a hole, and recovering bones, bones that are now being examined by the medical examiner's office as sfpd continues to search for answers about where kevin collins is some 28 years later. reporting live in san francisco, jean elle, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, jean. >>> now to a story you'll see only on nbc bay area news. and it's a story with more highs and lows than a 49ers' comeback win. a niners fan hoping to see the big game only to be scam out of nearly $6,000. tonight she's feeling like a world champion herself. nbc bay area's terry mcsweeney is live with details you'll only see here. hi, terry. >> reporter: her name is sharon osgood. she is a 49ers fanatic. when she saw the 49ers were going to the super bowl, she had to go, too. she put up thousands of dollars right into the hands of a con man. looked like she was going to be dropped for a major financial loss. then some fellow fanatics stepped up and, let's just say sharon is going to the super bow
of the sfpd. and within two days mr. halloway presented these sketches to me, and then, after looking at the sketches, and putting that information out, this suspect was soon taken into custody. so the bulletin, and then the sketches, that mr. halloway provided, are certainly of a professional manner. this led to the arrest of this individual. this individual was held to answer during a preliminary hearing, and he's currently in custody, seeking mental help by order of the court. so i want to recognize mr. halloway for his good work, and also knowing when to back off, becoming a good witness, a normal citizen would do. have a plaque from the commission or the chief's office. >> chiefs office. >> yes, we do. hold on a second. >> from the san francisco police department-n deepest gratitude for your performance of outstanding bravery in service to others at great personal risk such an example of bravery is worthy of the highest esteem by the san francisco police department we give you this, our certificate of appreciation. thank you, sir. >> thank you. >> [applause.] >> mr. halloway, wou
. >> reporter: sfpd came back this morning with the fbi and the alameda county sheriff's department, serving a search warrant at her neighbor's house at 11:06 and 11:08. detectives say the sealed search warrant is related to the unsolved 1984 child abduction of 10-year-old kevin collins. neighbor arthur wentworth said police were drilling into the concrete across from his apartment. >> people started buzzing around, and eventually i heard some drilling going on. >> reporter: police say a cadaver dog picked up a scent under the garage floor. >> cadaver dogs indicated the presence of a possible remain under the concrete floor of a garage. the concrete was removed. >> reporter: police did find bones. the medical examiner says they appear to be animal bones, but additional analysis is under way. the dig happened a block away from the last place 10-year-old kevin collins was seen on february 10th, 1984. people who lived in the neighborhood when he vanished say his disappearance gripped the community. >> the whole community was involved. that somehow because the picture was everywhere. we might se
in sfpd when it comes to victims of violence. often times, many of their parents that are on the scene when this happens, the majority of them gets arrested and they do not understand the crime scene. all they see is their child laying there in a pool of blood. all they want to do is get to that child, not knowing they may damage a crime scene. i would like to see, commander, more sensitivity training with the police department. learning about the victim's family, we are there, to when it happens. the first thing we want to do is get to that family, to prevent any further violence. i would like to see that happen. >> commander? >> we do have sensitivity training. 32 hours of that better police academy. never, you are correct. it is unacceptable for -- however, you are correct. it is unacceptable for any parent to be rested at the scene. -- and arrested at the scene. i have never seen that happen and i have never heard of that. i would say they are perhaps being pulled away for their own good. they are being assisted. if they are being put into a police radio car, they may be taken to a
that is the very good news. i worked that evening with both members of sfpd and hitting a lot of different venue and we were able to cover a lot of the city that night. so having said that, over all, just beyond new year's eve, our holidays in particular were pretty quiet as far as the industry goes. businesses were opened, but, we were not seeing some of the crowds that we see in the past years. hold on. then i was wrong there were no corrective actions we. have been investigating a few things, the mile cafe, a crepe store and kt and those are kind of the big ones that we are looking into right now that you will see on the top of the list. again most of the issues that we are dealing with is violations of the good neighbor policy or operating without a permit. but, again from comparatively to last year, what we are looking into now is much, it is very minor compared to what we have seen in the past and the industry, over all i think that we can really say that we have seen a vast improvement in over all operations by most venues. so that is a very positive thing. and i will know that we have a
and police. more officers that are usually at home games. sfpd will have officers on bikes and motorcycles for traffic control and an undercover element. >> we will also have our plain clothed officers out there, and they will be wearing, yes, both the green bay packer jersey and also the 49er jerseys as well. >> with the new year came a new state law requiring all major league sports stadiums to post phone numbers fans can use to call security. something candlestick has been doing for awhile. >> if a fancies somebody or if somebody is acting unruly, they can text us anonymously. that will be post eds throughout candlestick. >> hopefully it will be a good time for all. they have had positive things to say about san francisco. >> it is a fun city to be in. >> these friends just flew in from alberta. that's canada, eh? this fan is also from canada. >> we have been here a half an hour. >> finally a fan from wisconsin. but he lives in bakersfield. >> go pack go. >> most of the cheering will be from 49ers fans like this pair from iowa. it is their first time here, but won't be their last. >> i
from sfpd, it shows the suspect from a robbery that resulted in the death of a dog. here is the video now, it happened last friday. suspect approached a woman who pulled over from her car. the suspect demanded money which the woman handed over, she only had $5, frustrated the man grabbed her small dog named roxie and threw the dog in on coming traffic, the dog was hit by an on coming car and had to be put down because of her injuries. >>> passed the fiscal cliff and that is good news for the majority of american taxpayers but we are not getting off scott free. we are still going have to pay more taxes. scott? >> we will both on the federal level and to the state of california. but a lot less money than if there was no deal in washington. that is good news. also if you did dig into the new deal you will find something positive for silicon valley businesses. first the bad news. your probably going to have to pay more taxes. the majority of us, even with the deal to avoid the fiscal cliff will write a bigger check to the government. >> if you make $100,000 a year, as a w-2 wage, your tax
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